Some people thought today would be Judgment Day, in which those saved by Jesus would be taken from Earth. This, according to Harold Camping, over at Family Radio. I saw him speak last night, on television, and the interviewer asked him what if he was wrong, what if Judgment Day did not turn out to be May 21, 2011. I’m not wrong, said Camping, Judgment Day will take place tomorrow.
At least where I live, it doesn’t seem to be the case. Nothing has changed in my immediate environs. Nor have I altered my religious philosophy in reaction to a stranger who claims to have “proof” from the Bible about when “the Rapture” will occur. In the end, we must move past the billboards and decide for ourselves what we believe about life, and death, and the grace that comes in-between.
The specter of heredity has lurked in the darker corners of Cheryl Perkins’ mind for as long as she can remember.
Her mother died of colon cancer four years ago, and nearly all of the women on her mother’s side of the family had hysterectomies between age 45 and 50 because of cancer diagnoses.
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